Edward Fohrman

CEO of Fohrman Anesthesia Services & Consulting, Inc

http://edwardfohrman.net
Edward Fohrman, M.D., is an ABA Board Certified Anesthesiologist and the founder and CEO of Fohrman Anesthesia Services & Consulting, Inc. He’s dedicated to the pursuit of wellness, and seeks to provide his patients with a safe and comfortable environment. He seeks to make his practice as efficient and cutting edge as possible, believing that it makes a big difference for his patients. He feels very strongly that it is a great privilege to practice medicine and help people. His attitude and interactions with his patients reflect this mentality.   Edward Fohrman initially received his undergraduate degree from Tulane University. He then went on to study at Georgetown University Neuroscience Institute for a year and publish his research. Afterwards, he graduated at the top of his class at Rush University Medical School in Chicago in 1996.   He later completed his Anesthesiology residency at the University of California, Los Angeles (UCLA) and served as an adjunct clinical faculty member at Stanford University. He later joined the faculty at Northwestern University Feinberg School of Medicine and focused on Neuroanesthesia for both complex intracranial pathology and high-risk spine surgery. He later returned to California to serve in a new hospital in an underserved community.   Edward Fohrman’s interests extend beyond wellness and medicine. In his spare time, he enjoys practicing and listening to music. He’s become very interested in how music can be used in hospitals and during surgeries as a way of merging his two interests and other talents.   To learn more about Edward, visit EdwardFohrman.com.
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